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them deal with it. >> the united states is offering powerful assistance to haiti and others in the region. we will provide civilian and military disaster relief and humanitarian assistance. >> emergency response teams have been called up from virginia and california. >> there is specialized equipment. some of it is helping to search for victims trapped underneath concrete. >> at least a couple of americans are believed to be trapped in the rubble. a series -- serious loss of life is expected to there. >> we have been working so hard trying to get over the devastation of the last four hurricanes that took place within weeks of each other in 2008. >> the american red cross has pledged $200,000 in assistance and is sending in teams to haiti to help victims get food, water, and shelter. wbal-tv. >> stress affects all americans. a steady to tell you about. >> -- study to tell you about. >> and a girl receives three doses of the swine flu vaccine. it doesn't pose a threat? we will tell you when we come back -- does it pose a it's not fun. my dry skin is deep down uncomfortable. [
reshaping his agenda but an attempt to better explain and defend it. >> the president of the united states. >> in his first address tonight, he takes on the first issue, the economy. >> how to get it back on a firmer foundation. what do we do to put our government back on. >> the middle class is expected to be a dominant theme. he is rolling out new initiatives this week. >> somehow over the past year, independencts have turned againt the president. there is a perception that he may be on this side of wall street and main street. >> i will not stop fighting for you. >> his message tonight, substance not rhetoric says his former speech writer. >> speeches are not going to fix anything. what is going to fix things is a change in policy. >> aides say the president will touch on health care even though it remained in limbo. he will discuss their efforts to combat terrorism. in washington, wbal-tv. >> you can watch his state of the union speech tonight tv 11. >> should marijuana use be legalized in maryland? legislators will tackle that shortly. patients would need a prescription and are requir
to the united states. >> providing medical aid in the nation are doctors from the baltimore region that are using their own time to help to heal the wounded. gen as their stories. >> good morning, and obgyn and her husband who is a dentist are part of a team there now. the medical center is leading with help. dr. max hobart was born in haiti and after learning that his relatives were safe he decided to give their right away. he and his friend that was an orthopedic surgeon are taking their own vacation time with eight other medical professionals that they range -- a range of. they packed up their own medical supplies. >> after the event, the trauma that exists, we may be dng amputations more than anything else. >> the plan to camp out and work long hours to help as many victims as they can. meanwhile, one team is already treating victims. carol ritter and her husband are doctors from baltimore county. she says she is dealing with hundreds of crush injuries. broken bones and burns. her husband says that they are lacking suture materials and antibiotics. >> of the readers are pretty
continue to rise, humanitarian aid continues to pour in from the united states. one organization lending a hand is catholic relief services here in baltimore. >> this is as bad as it gets. >> the c.r.s. president says the organization is working to get 12 relief sites up in churches in haiti. he says at least 80% of the haitian population is catholic, and now is the time when they need their faith more than ever. >> when everything is lost, i think we all turn to our faith, whichever one it is. for kind of an anchor. a guide. a source of support. >> the archdiocese of baltimore is asking their churches to do what they can to send support to haiti. collections will be taken at services this week. father ross says they're having a day of solidarity on thursday. they're urging the congregation to skip a meal or make a sacrifice, and attend special services to pray for the haitians. >> if they can't join us here to take some time on thursday to pray. that's a kind of assistance that can arrive immediately in haiti. whoever we are, wherever we are, we are all brothers and sisters. >> several
, but at the time we did not know they were talking about sending him to the united states. >> the president has now ordered a series of corrective measures to federal agencies, including stronger analysis of intelligence reports, new terror watch list guidelines, and enhanced screening technology and procedures for airports. >> taken together, these reforms will improve the ability to collect, share, integrate, analyze, and act on intelligence swiftly and effectively. in short, they will help our intelligence community do its job even better and protect american lives. >> the president again emphasized that he will hold people accountable, although the white house still won't say if anyone will lose their job over this. in washington, nikole killion, wbal-tv 11 news. >> jay leno, will he hold on to his rein as the first talk show host to land a primetime spot? maybe not. nbc has issueded a statement saying leno and the show are working with the network to improve, but a person speaking on condition of anonymity says the scenario which would move len toe 11:35, pushing the "tonight show" to 12:05, i
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